Tunisia vs Australia live stream and match preview, Saturday 26 November, 10am GMT
Tunisia vs Australia live stream and match preview
Looking for a Tunisia vs Australia live stream? We’ve got you covered. Tunisia vs Australia is free on BBC One and BBC iPlayer in the UK. Brit abroad? Use a VPN to watch World Cup 2022 free (opens in new tab) from anywhere.
Both teams will be going all-out for victory in the early kick-off on Saturday, so this could be an entertaining affair.
Australia will be looking to bounce back from their 4-1 defeat by France, while there were positives for Tunisia to take from their display in a 0-0 draw with Croatia.
Jalel Kadri’s side will now need to show a little more attacking ambition as they seek to move onto four points in Group C.
Kick-off is at 10am GMT. Make sure you know how to watch World Cup 2022 (opens in new tab) wherever you are.
The same 11 members of the Tunisia squad (opens in new tab) that started against Denmark could get the nod here, with no new injuries reported.
If Tunisia do make a change, it is likely to be one which brings Wahbi Khazri into the team.
Their opponents are unlikely to make wholesale changes either, with Matt Leckie – the top scorer in the Australia squad (opens in new tab) – set to be a key figure.
Australia started well against France and took a shock lead through Craig Goodwin, but they were ultimately outclassed by the reigning world champions.
There is no shame in losing 4-1 to Didier Deschamps’ side and Graham Arnold would not have expected to get anything from the game.
Tunisia were defensively solid against Denmark, restricting the European side to few chances of note.
Daniel Siebert of Germany will be the referee for Tunisia vs Australia. You can find out more about the World Cup 2022 referees here (opens in new tab).
Tunisia vs Australia will be played at the Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah. Take a look at all of the World Cup 2022 stadiums (opens in new tab) and see how it ranks.
Players to watch / key battles
Aaron Mooy sits deep in Australia’s midfield and is willing to take the ball under pressure. He sets the tempo for the team, so Tunisia will look to block passes into him.
Youssef Msakni is a tricky customer for Tunisia, who tend to run their attacks through the 32-year-old.
Read more about the full Tunisia and Australia full World Cup 2022 squads (opens in new tab).
Group D table
Kick-off and channel
Tunisia vs Australia kick-off is at 10am GMT on Saturday 26 November in the UK. The game is free to watch on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
In the US, kick-off time is 5am ET / 2am PT. The match will be shown on FOX/FS1 in the US. See below for international broadcast options.
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International World Cup 2022 TV rights
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As in the UK, coverage of the World Cup 2022 is entirely free to air. You can watch all 64 games on the SBS TV channel and stream it online too with SBS On Demand.
Paid provider Sky Sports are the World Cup 2022 rights holders in New Zealand. You can watch as part of your Sky subscription of pick up a Sky Now TV pass. There is also a 7-day free trial.